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Local golf: Bachman wins Chattahoochee stroke event
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The Chattahoochee Men’s Golf Association played its monthly individual flighted strokes game on Wednesday.

Dick Bachman won the White Tee First Flight, finishing ahead of Gene Weschler, Leroy Harper, Tom Reiter and A.J. Kiker.

In the White Tee Second Flight, Johnny Little fiinished first, Glynn Rogers finished second, Larry Cohan finished third and fourth place finished in a tie between Doug Van, Eddie Johnson and Bob Watson.

In the Gold Tee First Flight, Ron Hopley finished first, Gary Myers finished second, Bud Clegg finished third and Bob Henderson and Greg Taira finished tied for fourth.

In the Gold Tee Second Flight, Milton Martin finished first, Jimmy Johnson finished second and Wayne Nelson and Rolf Legbandt finished tied for third.

Closesd to the pin winners were Little (No. 3), Harry Barnett (No. 5), Weschler (No. 12) and Paul Payne (No. 17).

Johns aces No. 8 at Royal Lakes

Jerry Johns recorded his first hole in one during a Luna’s Tuesday golf group game on Friday at Royal Lakes Golf Course in Flowery Branch.

Johns used a six iron from 157 yard to get the shot on hole No. 8.

The team of Michael Gordy, Richard Strickland, Larry Miller and Don Rogers won the event. Second place went to the team of Gene Weschler, Steve Hill, Royce Deaton and Johns. Third place went to the team of Bud Chandler, Randy Gordy, Anthony Barrett and Joe Campbell.

Cloest to the pin winners were Strickland (No. 4), Johns (No. 8), Miller (No. 16) and Stan Davidson Jr. (No. 14).

Lightfoot wins at Chicopee Woods

The Wednesday Dogfight golf group played this week at Chicopee Woods Golf Course.

First place went to the team of Ken Lightfoot, Bob Arendt, Mike Tilson and Keith Fitzgerald. Second place went to the team of Jim Arendt, Greg Lee, Fred Wofford and Fitzgerald.

Bill Jorgenson finished first individually. Tilson finished second, Zeigler finished third, Jerry Horton and Bob Arendt finished tied for fourth and Jim Arendt and Fitzgerald finished tied for sixth.

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